Try Our New BETA Version
GO
(navigation image)
Home Animation & Cartoons | Arts & Music | Community Video | Computers & Technology | Cultural & Academic Films | Ephemeral Films | Movies | News & Public Affairs | Prelinger Archives | Spirituality & Religion | Sports Videos | Television | Videogame Videos | Vlogs | Youth Media
Search: Advanced Search
Anonymous User (login or join us)
Upload

View movie

item imageitem imageitem imageitem image

View thumbnails
Run time: 0:07:32

Play / Download (help[help])

(27.7 M)Ogg Video
(34.6 M)512Kb MPEG4
(114.2 M)MPEG4


All Files: HTTPS Torrent (2/0)
[Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States]

Resources

Bookmark

Wellcome LibraryManagement of normal labour (1936)

something has gone horribly wrong 8-p
Prefer flash? · Embed · Questions/Feedback?

Shows how a typical labour should be managed, including abdominal and vaginal examination, the second stage of labour, the patient prepared for delivery, the control of the foetal head, examination of the umbilical cord, use of the mucus cather, ligation of the cord, expulsion of the placenta and an examination for vaginal and perineal lacerations. 1 segment.



This movie is part of the collection: Wellcome Library Moving Image Collection

Producer: Wellcome Library
Production Company: Produced by Dame L. McIlroy
Sponsor: Unknown
Audio/Visual: silent, b&w
Keywords: Obstetrics; Parturition; Labor, Obstetric; Medical sciences; Birth; Obstetrics; Parturition; Labor, Obstetric; Obstetricians. Midwives.

Creative Commons license: Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 United States


Individual Files

Movie Files Animated GIF MPEG4 Ogg Video 512Kb MPEG4 Thumbnail
0055-0000-4055-0000-0-0000-0000-0.mp4 139.6 KB 
114.2 MB 
27.7 MB 
34.6 MB 
3.7 KB 
Information FormatSize
Managementofnormallabour-wellcome_files.xml Metadata [file] 
Managementofnormallabour-wellcome_meta.xml Metadata 1.5 KB 
Other Files Archive BitTorrent
Managementofnormallabour-wellcome_archive.torrent 9.1 KB 

Be the first to write a review
Downloaded 7,776 times
Reviews


Terms of Use (31 Dec 2014)